Guns 101 for writers. Thank you internet.
At Salon: Charlies Dickens, the secret life of a literary giant. I’ve become rather obsessed with old Charles of late.
When I received my edits back on my first manuscript, I was surprised how much I screwed up. Turns out I wasn’t alone.
New York magazine has a feature on Michael Lewis.
Kurt Vonnegut explains the shape of stories. This redeems so much on YouTube.
Book research: Adermatoglyphia is a rare condition where a person has no fingerprints. Like they say, you couldn’t make this stuff up.
Weird writing habits of famous authors.
Writers and their typewriters.
Stephen King on the creative process and the state of fiction. I could listen to Uncle Stevie talk about this all day.
PBS Newshour has an interesting segment on the Iowa Writer’s Workshop turning 75 and the boom times writer’s workshops and MFAs in general.